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Our HR and technical specialists complete screenings, hard/soft skill checks, and select the best-fit candidates for a final interview with you. This way, we perform all the routine recruitment steps while you keep the final say.
Once you finish conducting interviews, you can select those who match your needs the best. We have established effective processes for integrating our dedicated teams with your in-house talents, workflows, and toolsets.
You select the project management model that suits you best (your PM works remotely with our team, our PM reports to you directly, etc.) and receive full control over your new team.
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If you need to hire React.js developers on your local markets, get out your checkbook, as it could cost a fortune. Superb experts are either snatched up by big brands like Facebook and Uber or can land a job there easily. However, to form your project budgets accurately, it’s important to know what are the hourly rates of React.js specialists in countries across the globe.
We gained some insights from open sources like Glassdoor, Monster, Indeed, PayScale, and LinkedIn, as well as from our in-house network to know the cost of hiring Reac.js developers. While these estimates may fluctuate slightly, they provide a general, global picture of React developers’ hourly rates.
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The decision to hire offshore talent is justified when a number of criteria are met. Here are some that carry the most weight:
This question is impossible to answer without knowing the specifics of your project. However, you should base your decision on the advantages of working with a dedicated team of professionals. Namely, the undivided attention to your project, availability of talent capable of fulfilling all crucial roles, and the unification of processes within the “donor” company.
Should you have further questions, the people here at Relevant are always ready to help assess your needs and find the most fitting solution.
Want to hear something funny? Here is the challenge with technical interviews: when hiring experts from a new field, companies may know what questions to ask, but they usually can’t tell if the answers are correct. If you have a React.js expert in-house already, they will know what to look for and what to ask. Otherwise, we recommend using this excellent 20-page-long listicle of React.js interview questions and answers for hard skills.
As for soft skills, there are multiple suggestions from various job portals and career consultancy agencies, such as this excellent example of soft skill interview questions from Indeed. You can expand on these ten questions to cover the situations your team faces frequently, making the questions unique to your organization.